Friday, September 5, 2014

Further vs. farther

Further developments: Lots of people have trouble with further and farther, but it's easy.

If it's distance, it's farther (I went farther than you did). Anything that doesn't involve physical distance probably takes further (upon further review, we'll have to look into that further).

Any questions?

Found online: Now here’s a micro guesthouse that makes ultimate use of it’s tiny space.

Yes, that ought to be its, not it's.

Links: On my web siteI have links to some of my stories online.

Editorial group: If you're a writer, editor or general freelancer, you might check out my Freelance Writers and Editors group on Yahoo! We've been really active lately, and I think we've become useful to each other.

Writers' guidelines: If you want to write for magazines (or book publishers), check out the writers' guidelines on my Freelance Writers and Editors group on Yahoo!

Followers: Welcome to all the followers on this blog. May the Force be with you.

Check it out: You might look at Funds for Writers, which specializes in grants for writers.

Contact: I can be reached at or Also, my Twitter handle is EDITORatWORK.

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